fluorination


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fluorination

[‚flu̇r·ə′nā·shən]
(chemistry)
A chemical reaction in which fluorine is introduced into a chemical compound.
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A difunctional cycloaliphatic epoxy PC1035 was combined with three mono and difunctional alcohols with varying levels of fluorination according to the experimental design matrix shown in Table 1.
Furthermore, we suspect that the fluorination of the surface is not a perfect monolayer, possibly exposing pockets of attachment sites.
As for 5F-MN-18, F10 also underwent oxidative fluorination, yielding F1.
Telomerization primarily produces linear PFAS, and electrochemical fluorination (ECF) yields a mixture of both linear and branched isomers (Buck et al.
Potential methods for removing unwanted elements from molten aluminum alloys include selective oxidation, chlorination, fluorination, and intermetallic compound formation.
It describes the insulation of new power energy, polymer properties in wind generator winding and the effect of radiation in nuclear power stations on polymers, silicone rubber insulators in high-speed railway systems that require new dielectric properties different from traditional power systems, polymer insulation exposed to multi-field HVDC (high-voltage, direct current) power systems, the effects of fluorination on surface charge behavior and the effect of boron nitride nanoparticles on the high thermal conductivity of transformer oil, epoxy resin for gas insulated switchgear disc-type insulators, and polymer dielectrics with better thermal behavior and insulation applied in a superconducting environment.
Since the fluorination reaction using 8 required no hazardous reagents, this method triggered extensive investigations of glycosyl fluorides as glycosyl donors.
Jacob, "Preparation and comparison of hydrophobic cotton fabric obtained by direct fluorination and admicellar polymerization of fluoromonomers," Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, vol.
Wilcox, "Effects of emulsification, purity, and fluorination of silicone oil on human retinal pigment epithelial cells," Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, vol.
Park, "Development of superhydrophobic fabrics by surface fluorination and formation of CNT-induced roughness," Medziagotyra, vol.
A specimen compound shows measurable affinity for one of the receptor subtypes and derivatization of the core via nucleophilic fluorination provides a means to utilize the class in PET imaging studies.